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[movies]Jonah Bokaer - On Vanishing: New Mythologies for Choreography in the Museum - Berkeley Center for New Media
Choreography is an act that vanishes. Its remnants are commonly witnessed in the bodies of performers reproducing movements and activities. The act of Choreography is private, as opposed to Dance, which is communally shared, or publicly viewed. Choreography occurs, it is transmitted, and it disappears, to become Dance. The transposition of ephemeral choreographic arts into visual arts institutions is not a new phenomenon...
Keywords: Jonah; Bokaer; berkeley center for new media; choreography; dance
Downloads: 45
[movies]JoAnne Northrup: Tracing Modernism from Bauhaus to Beehive - Berkeley Center for New Media
Within the contemporary art world a group of artists--including Erwin Redl, Leo Villareal, and Jennifer Steinkamp, among others--explore light, color, abstraction, and movement within a technological foundation. These artists might be regarded as the "black swans" of new media art (Richard Rinehart, 2012) since their work foregrounds the aesthetic, situating their work outside the dominant dialogue surrounding Post-Internet art...
Keywords: atc; lecture; joanne; northrup; light; color; abstraction; berkeley center for new media; media art; objective art
Downloads: 316
[movies]Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas - Visualization and the Joy of Revelation - Berkeley Center for New Media
Visualization and the Joy of Revelation Artists and researchers Fernanda Viegas and Martin Wattenberg explore the joy of revelation: the special electricity of seeing a city from the air, of hearing a secret, of watching a lover undress. Their medium is data visualization, a technology developed by computer scientists to extract insights from raw numbers. They'll show what happens when this technology is aimed at data sets that range from tropical storms (hint.fm/wind) to social networks, from a...
Keywords: berkeley center for new media; arts; technology; culture; visualization; data visualization
Downloads: 48
[movies]Fernando Garcia Dory - All the Rest is Wasteland: Art in the Post-Agrarian Landscape - Berkeley Center for New Media
Outside of the metropolis, rural area is increasingly becoming a contested zone where the most pressing issues of our time are being played out. These issues include environmental sustainability, global economics versus local economies, issues of food production and genetic modification, and cultural commodification. In the process of adaptation to a shifting global, order vast transformations are taking place in the biophysical, social, and cultural realms - a scenario that is not exempt from c...
Keywords: Fernando Garcia Dory; atc; berkeley center for new media; landscape art
Downloads: 48
[movies]McKenzie Wark - Telesthesia: How Class and Power work in the Post-Internet Age - Berkeley Center for New Media
Telesthesia: How Class and Power work in the Post-Internet Age The most resonant slogan of Occupy Wall Street is "we are the 99%!" But who are the one percent? The popular answer is "Wall Street." But to think about this more closely, perhaps the question to ask is: how do the most advanced means of computing and communication of our time create new class relations? Perhaps this isn't your grand-parents capitalism we are now living in...
Keywords: atc; lecture; occupy; communication; class formation; berkeley center for new media
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[movies]Ryan and Trevor Oakes - Capturing Visual Consciousness: A Tale of Two Eyes, One Brain, One Hand, and One Pen - BCNM
Capturing Visual Consciousness: A Tale of Two Eyes, One Brain, One Hand, and One Pen Twins Ryan and Trevor Oakes invented a remarkable mechanism that separates the images projected from each eye so the user can scan the world with one eye and draw it with the other, as if tracing onto reality. Inspired by David Hockney's 2002 book, Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters, their "machine" facilitates remarkably realistic drawings that is considered a major advance i...
Keywords: berkeley center for new media; arts; technology; culture; drawing; vision; perspective
Downloads: 36
[movies]Kate Hartman - Social Prosthetics: Technology and the Human Form - Berkeley Center for New Media
Social Prosthetics: Technology and the Human Form What gizmo can we use to read our minds, expose our hearts, or settle disputes? What gadget can improve our communication with house plants or buildings or glaciers?We are rapidly reinventing the ways in which we relate to each other and the world around us. Working with communication and body-centric technologies in the creative context enables artists and designers to ask questions, tell stories, and predict possible futures...
Keywords: ATC; berkeley center for new media; prosthetics; wearable electronics; conceptual art; lecture; hartman; berkeley; wearable electronics; conceptual art
Downloads: 23
[movies]Neighborhood Public Radio ATC Lecture
"Neighborhood Public Radio (NPR) was founded in 2004 by multimedia artists and educators LeE Montgomery, Jon Brumit, and Michael Trigilio. Over the past five years, they have been dedicated to access in excess and a critique of the limited public radio options available in the United States. Since their first broadcast in January of 2004, they have acted as a traveling band of guerilla broadcasters and developed programming with communities around the world, taught people to build their own tran...
Keywords: Neighborhood Public Radio; NPR; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 7
[movies]Marie Sester ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"Marie Sester's work questions the societal perspective of the West and the ""New World Order"". She works with historical, archeological and artistic documents such as large-scale x-rays, architectural ground plans, elevations, sections, city maps, and aerial views. She creates immersive installations using technologies from the entertainment and surveillance industries. Her work proposes connections between individuals and broader forces, spatial scales, and histories...
Keywords: Marie Sester; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 11
[movies]Leo Villareal ATC Lecture
"Leo Villareal discusses the unique journey that has taken him from a childhood in West Texas, to frankenstinean experiments in the industrial wastelands of late 80's New Haven, to work in virtual reality at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. A summer internship at Interval Research in Palo Alto in 1994 brought Villareal to the west coast and introduced him to pioneers in the fields of technology and art...
Keywords: Leo Villareal; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 12
[movies]Victoria Vesna ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"Since the 1920s when ecologists began studying food chains, recognition of networks became essential to many scholars in different forms. Cyberneticists in particular tried to understand the brain as a neural network and to analyze patterns in the enormously complex structure of the brain, containing about 10 billion nerve cells (neurons), which are interlinked in a vast network through 1,000 billion junctions (synapses)...
Keywords: Victoria Vesna; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 8
[movies]Joseph DeLappe ATC Lecture
"In 2001 media artist Joseph DeLappe began a series of protests, interventions, and reenactmentsâ¯hacktivist performances within computer games and online communities. Included in these is the controversial project âdead-in-iraq,â which he created to intervene in the highly popular, taxpayer-funded first-person shooter game produced by the Defense Department as a recruiting and marketing tool. DeLappe enters the Americaâs Army game with the moniker âdead-in-iraq,â drops his weapon, and in...
Keywords: Joseph DeLappe; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 3
[movies]Geert Lovnik ATC Lecture
The emerging new media arts genre is in a crisis. Not that ânew mediaâ are on their way out. What we're talking about here is a âluxuryâ problem: in what direction to grow further. After an initial period in which time and again the question âWhat is new media?â was raised, we have now moved to a second phase, in which large parts of the population have become familiar with multimedia, cell phones, and the Internet...
Keywords: Geert Lovnik; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 11
[movies]Marianne Weems ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
The Builders Association is an eclectic group which combines theater practitioners with software designers and new media artists. Under the direction of Marianne Weems, this OBIE award-winning New York-based performance and media company exploits the richness of contemporary technologies to extend the boundaries of theater. Given the 'liveness' of performance, how can theater be an arena for exploring the frictive relationship between 'live' performance and 'live' technologies? How can one stage...
Keywords: Marianne Weems; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 6
[movies]Chip Lord ATC Lecture
Constance Lewallen, Senior Curator for Exhibitions at the BAM and curator of the upcoming exhibition "Ant Farm 1968-1978" will begin the program with a brief historical overview of Ant Farm's ten-year collaboration. In the second part of the program, artist Chip Lord, using slides and video, will present Ant Farm's Cadillac Ranch (1974) and Media Burn (1975) projects, two works that achieved popular and wide ranging visibility when they were created and then continued to extend their reach and i...
Keywords: University of California Berkeley; UC Berkeley; Chip Lord; ATC; Art Technology and Culture Colloquium; Ken Godberg; Berkeley Center for New Media
Downloads: 18
[movies]Candice Breitz ATC Lecture
Should an art audience be suspicious of works of art that open themselves up to popular cultural content? Do explorations of screen life affirm or undermine the commodity structure of mainstream entertainment? Are copyleft strategies legitimate or objectionable? How is the artistâs relationship with the subjects that she kidnaps as found footage or those she films herself in studio settings mediated by the technological display formats? Candice Breitz fields such questions and speaks about her ...
Keywords: Candice Breitz; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 6
[movies]Jose Alvarez ATC Lecture
"Lets say for a second you are an artist. And just for the sake of argument, that you make work which deals with the moving image...maybe,...Video. So you are a video artist. And yeah, its 2006,...and your videos are short, like 2-3 minutes long. So what do you do with them? Do you screen them on public access? Do you upload them to youtube? Do you sell them in limited editions in a gallery? Do you make music videos for bands? Do you enter in them in underground video/film festivals? How can you...
Keywords: Jose Alvarez; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 36
[movies]Golan Levin ATC Lecture
"Much consideration has been given to the idea (in, for example, reader-response criticism) that the gaze of the viewer is the force by which artworks become constituted. Yet most interactive artworks to date have lacked fundamental information about where their participantsâ visual attention is actually directed. Likewise, many of our richest models for interactivity are grounded in notions of mammalian facial behaviorâto understand an animal, we look into its eyesâyet the powerful expressiv...
Keywords: Golan Levin; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 5
[movies]Hasan Elahi ATC Lecture
"Artist Hasan Elahi describes his experiences with FBI interrogation and his subsequent art project in a public lecture, as part of UC Berkeley's ongoing Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium. After an erroneous tip called into law enforcement authorities in 2002, Elahi was subjected to an intensive post-September 11 investigation by the FBI. After undergoing months of interrogations and nine lie detector tests, he was cleared of suspicions...
Keywords: Hasan Elahi; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 16
[movies]Marko Peijhan ATC Lecture
"Marko Peljhan will present a a critical overview of the aesthetic, political and legal aspects of his MAKROLAB project (1997-2007). The conceptual work on the Makrolab project started in 1994 during the Yugoslav civil wars with the purpose of establishing an independent and self sufficient performance and research structure in isolation as an outpost for Utopian removal, survival and a critical reflection of the extreme and entropic societal conditions in which the author and his collaborators ...
Keywords: Marko Peijhan; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 24
[movies]Lisa Iwamoto ATC Lecture
In architecture practice, "research" is conducted as a form of applied design. It is not fixed, scientific or determinative, but experimental and multivalent. At the same time, a building or architectural project must stand alone. This talk describes our work as open ended research into conditions of architecture including geometry, fabrication technology, structure, material and environment through "case studies" of our design projects...
Keywords: Lisa Iwamoto; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 21
[movies]Robert Atkins ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"As the global, anti-war demonstrations of mid-February remind us, progressive political impulses are sometimes most effectively expressed by taking to the streets. This, of course, taps into a central, electronic-era issue; that is, the efficacy and desirability of embodied versus remote action. When it comes to political activism, where do artists fit in? New forms of electronic activism from pioneering groups including RTMark and Electronic Disturbance Theatres have proved both inspiring and ...
Keywords: Robert Atkins; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 9
[movies]Steve Kurtz's ATC Lecture
"In May 2004, artist Steve Kurtz was detained by the FBI and subject to a four-year federal investigation for alleged links to bioterrorism, an ordeal widely covered in the press and the subject of a documentary film by Lynn Hershman Leeson. This was his first West Coast public lecture since his acquittal in May 2008. My lecture will be built upon the following premises: First, any action within the cultural landscape performed from a minoritarian political position will be perceived by authori...
Keywords: Steve Kurtz; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 30
[movies]Ben Rubin ATC Lecture
Long-established forms of writing (and reading) are being radically transformed. The economics of transmission and distribution that have constrained and shaped journalism, fiction, and letters home from camp are being rescaled and inverted, recasting the role of text in our lives. Ben Rubinâs work inserts itself between authors and readers, obsessively pulverizing and re-synthesizing all manner of texts (Internet chat, The New York Times, novels, application source code, cosmic background nois...
Keywords: Ben Rubin; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 13
[movies]Jeffrey Inaba ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"As cities become knowledge-intensive economies, urban planning requires them to weigh the importance of inherently dissimilar activities, such as digital vs physical and economic vs non-economic. Architectural plans with annotated drawings, renderings, animations, and photographs can provide insight into urban conditions. These plans are a valuable medium for assessing and conceptualizing knowledge-based urban development â perhaps all the more so because of its rhetorical potential...
Keywords: Jeffrey Inaba; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 7
[movies]Jim Campbell ATC Lecture
"Tracing his work through the last 15 years, Jim Campbell will address some of the more general issues that have come up with computer mediated art. Starting with Interactivity and ending with what could maybe be called Data Aestheticsization, he suggests how some of the current directions of computer based art making practices are heading towards a formulaic approach. Campbellâs work has gone through a progression from film to video to interactive installation to electronic sculpture...
Keywords: Jim Campbell; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 13
[movies]Mark Pauline ATC Lecture
Pauline will present an overview of recent SRL shenanigans using video and images, plus a few choice outrages from the past. He will focus on the peculiarâ  motivational mechanics which underlie and sustain the impractical activities of SRL. Depending on your perspective, Pauline's talk will be a stark warning of the pitfalls facing anyone daring to attempt the genuinely original, or a celebration of the thrills in store for those who actually get away with it...
Keywords: Mark Pauline; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 14
[movies]Yael Kanarek ATC Lecture
"Yael Kanarek has developed a unique vocabulary of artistic networked interfaces that combine photography, graphics, hypertext, sculpture, and performance. Kanarek generates complex networked âstory spacesâ that combine multiple media forms with multiple languages, including Hebrew and Arabic. Online visitors move through and explore charged issues of land, space, and language. Recognizing that languages shape space by defining cultural territory and sovereignty, Kanarek explores the question ...
Keywords: Yael Kanarek; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 5
[movies]Anne Walsh and Chris Kubick ATC Lecture
Concatenating, Condensing, Conflating, Confounding, Considering, Contaminating, Contemplating, Conversing, and Conjuring: these are some of the means and ways we employ in our art work. Often, but not always, these technologies employ language, pictures, and sound. Computers are sometimes involved. So are cameras, psychics, magicians, librarians, film sound effects designers and balloon sculptors. Our art practice begins from a shared love of the spoken word, the recorded human voice, unreliable...
Keywords: Anne Walsh; Chris Kubick; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 42
[movies]R. Luke DuBois ATC Lecture
"There are people in every culture who will strive to utilize the maximum level of technology available to them to make art. If you repeat this to yourself enough every day, then genres of new media, computer art, algorithmic composition, interactive performance, etc., reveal themselves as the conceptual prisons they truly are, and the artist finds the freedom to be sui generis. If we define artistic and compositional practice historically as an evolution of new ways of seeing and hearing, then ...
Keywords: R. Luke DuBois; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 7
[movies]Joe McKay - Something Besides Super Monkey Ball - Berkeley Center for New Media
Something Besides Super Monkey Ball This talk features artworks that question our culture's love affair with technology. Central to this is a presentation of BigTime, a new time keeping system that uses an iPhone app and a website to reconnect us with the planet and the true nature of time. Far from a productivity tool, living by BigTime can be an annoying pain in the butt, yet, (like a booster shot) it's an important one...
Keywords: Joe McKay; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 6
[movies]Michael Naimark ATC Lecture
"Much of the history of representation has concentrated on conveying sense of place. One prominent historical strand is from murals and landscape painting, to panoramas and cycloramas, to wide-screen and 3D cinema. Another strand is from travel writing, to telegraph and radio, to telephone and television. These two strands are converging around the technologies of immersive ""virtual reality"" and the Internet...
Keywords: Michael Naimark; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 16
[movies]Trevor Pagien ATC Lecture
Geographer and artist Trevor Paglen takes us on a road trip through the world of hidden budgets, state secrets, covert military bases, and disappeared people: through a landscape that military and intelligence insiders call the "black world." Over the course of his talk, Paglen leads us from "non-existent" Air Force and CIA installations in the Nevada desert to secret prisons in Afghanistan and to a collection of even more obscure "black sites" startlingly close to home...
Keywords: Trevor Pagien; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 19
[movies]Cobi van Tonder ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"The history of Gumboot dance illustrates the potential for culture to transform social aggression. Cobi will present Ephemeral Gumboots, a hybrid media artwork/musical instrument that takes South AfricanGumboot dance and extends it as an interface into an electronic music-making system. How does the music of Ephemeral Gumboots reflect the media age in South Africa? How has the artist or facilitator, responded (or succumbed) to the politics and hegemony of technology? For Deleuze and Guattari, m...
Keywords: Cobi van Tonder; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 21
[movies]Shawn Brixey ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"(Richard Rinehart will lead the presentation and Prof. Brixey will participate remotely from Seattle as advised by his doctors). Commissioned for the traveling exhibition, ""Gene(sis), Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics"", ""Chimera Obscura"" is a net based-telerobotic work inspired by the historical anxieties, eungenic fantasies, and emerging realities evolving from the frontier of contemporary genetics research...
Keywords: Shawn Brixey; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 14
[movies]Leonard Shlain ATC Lecture
"In this talk, Dr. Shlain will present the compelling thesis of his 1991 monograph. Shlain observes that as visual artists such as Cezanne and Monet moved away from literal representation and realism in the late 19th century, researchers in physics traced a parallel trajectory away from newtonian models of deterministic motion towards far less intuitive models of relativity and statistical quantum physics...
Keywords: Leonard Shlain; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 64
[movies]Greg Lynn ATC Lecture
Greg Lynn is a pioneer at the intersection of computing, design, and architecture. His architectural designs have been exhibited at both architecture and art venues, including the 2000 Venice Biennale of Architecture, where he represented the United States in the American Pavilion. His work is in the permanent collections of the California College of the Arts, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and has has been exhibited at the Pompidou, Beyeler, Coop...
Keywords: Greg Lynn; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 52
[movies]Anne Wagner ATC Lecture
Prof. Wagner's talk will revisit Marshall Mcluhan's understanding of media: in particular, his mythical notion of social change as sensory change. She will consider Mcluhan's anchoring of history to transformations of the media on which western civilization has been progressively dependent. What is particularly interesting in this context is McLuhan's idea that media exact a bodily toll: their transformation both wound and provoke numbness as the relations of the human sensorium undergo what McL...
Keywords: University of California Berkeley; UC Berkeley; Anne Wagner; ATC; Art Technology and Culture Colloquium; Ken Godberg; Berkeley Center for New Media
Downloads: 65
[movies]Corey Arcangel ATC Lecture
"Lets say for a second you are an artist. And just for the sake of argument, that you make work which deals with the moving image...maybe,...Video. So you are a video artist. And yeah, its 2006,...and your videos are short, like 2-3 minutes long. So what do you do with them? Do you screen them on public access? Do you upload them to youtube? Do you sell them in limited editions in a gallery? Do you make music videos for bands? Do you enter in them in underground video/film festivals? How can you...
Keywords: Corey Arcangel; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 12
[movies]Steve Wilson ATC Lecture
Why should scientific research and technological innovations belong only to technicians? Research is at the white hot center of cultural foment. It is affecting everything from the gizmos of everyday life to basic philosophical notions about the nature of reality and what it is to be human. Stephen Wilson challenges the conventions that push Art to the edge of culture. He believe Art can occupy an independent zone of research, undertaking investigations ignored or discredited by commercial inter...
Keywords: Steve Wilson; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 43
[movies]Jennifer and Kevin McCoy ATC Lecture
"Jennifer and Kevin McCoyâs multimedia artworks examine the genres and conventions of filmmaking, memory, and language. They are well known for constructing subjective databases of existing material and making fragmentary miniature film sets with lights, video cameras, and moving sculptural elements to create live cinematic events. Recently they have begun to include autobiographical references in their projects...
Keywords: Jennifer McCoy; Kevin McCoy; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 6
[movies]Rachael Greene ATC Lecture
"Although the scope of contemporary visual art is enormous, internet art is still being established as a legitimate category. Strong works of internet art are able to speak about the worlds of informational technology, databases, over-saturation, hacking, etc in ways that other mediums cannot. Furthermore, internet art's place in post-Conceptual art and avant-garde genealogies remains largely uncharted...
Keywords: Rachael Greene; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 19
[movies]Rachael Greene ATC Lecture
"Although the scope of contemporary visual art is enormous, internet art is still being established as a legitimate category. Strong works of internet art are able to speak about the worlds of informational technology, databases, over-saturation, hacking, etc in ways that other mediums cannot. Furthermore, internet art's place in post-Conceptual art and avant-garde genealogies remains largely uncharted...
Keywords: Rachael; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 11
[movies]Lisa Iwamoto's ATC Lecture
In architecture practice, "research" is conducted as a form of applied design. It is not fixed, scientific or determinative, but experimental and multivalent. At the same time, a building or architectural project must stand alone. This talk describes our work as open ended research into conditions of architecture including geometry, fabrication technology, structure, material and environment through "case studies" of our design projects...
Keywords: Lisa Iwamoto; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 6
[movies]Mark Tribe's ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"In 1968, protesters outside the Democratic National Convention in Chicago chanted âThe whole world is watching,â and shortly thereafter their images appeared on the evening news. These days, protesters bring their own cameras and post their clips on YouTube. Has participatory media effected a structural transformation of the public sphere? How have media technologies and practices changed the roles of public space, performance, and the human body in politics? How have new forms of mediation a...
Keywords: Mark Tribe; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 42
[movies]Christine Paul ATC Lecture
"The networked, digital world is a multi-layered informational system in constant flux that seems to defy systematic arrangement of its constituent elements. Digital media proved a ""denatured context,"" simultaneously enriching context and making the notion of context redundant. The concepts of recycling, reproduction and continuous flow of information are key issues in networked, digital art. Digital artists face the pressing challenge of inventing new visual models that can represent this dyn...
Keywords: Christine Paul; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
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[movies]Peter Seiz ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"Questions of art as representation have long been challenged by science and technology. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy wrote in ""Vision of Motion"" (1922), that artists must replace the static principles of classical art with dynamic principles from life. Duchamp and Gabo experimented with new visual forms based on scientific discussions of space and time, and kinetic artists viewed movement itself as a new medium...
Keywords: Peter Seiz; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 37
[movies]Ray Beldner ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
" âThe fact that everything is possible on the Internet reveals mankindâs true essence, the aspiration towards freedom.â âPierre Lévy, âCollective Intelligence: A Civilizationâ The ubiquity of computers and access to the Internet has put the greatest libraries, image databases, and interactive tools at the fingertips of most artists working today. As a result, traditional artistic practice is exploding as artists explore the potential of these new technologies and incorporate them into...
Keywords: Ray Beldner; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 35
[movies]Victoria Vesna ATC Lecture at UC Berkeley
"Since the 1920s when ecologists began studying food chains, recognition of networks became essential to many scholars in different forms. Cyberneticists in particular tried to understand the brain as a neural network and to analyze patterns in the enormously complex structure of the brain, containing about 10 billion nerve cells (neurons), which are interlinked in a vast network through 1,000 billion junctions (synapses)...
Keywords: Victoria Vesna; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
Downloads: 7
[movies]Anne Pastemak ATC Lecture
"For the past 14 years, Anne Pasternak has been president and artistic director of Creative Time, the New York City arts organization that creates unconventional opportunities for artists to activate and engage urban spaces. Recent Creative Time new media projects include screenings of Mark Tribeâs âPort Huron Projectâ in Times Square, David Byrneâs âPlaying the Building,â and Jenny Holzerâs âFor the Cityâ light projections at Rockefeller Center...
Keywords: Anne Pastemak; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
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